Statistik Corona

Malaysia
2,112,175
Confirmed
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Malaysia
1,880,733
Recovered
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Malaysia
207,698
Active
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Malaysia
23,744
Deaths
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am

Malaysia

Malaysia
2,112,175
Confirmed
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Malaysia
1,880,733
Recovered
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Malaysia
23,744
Deaths
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am

Indonesia

Indonesia
4,195,958
Confirmed
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Indonesia
4,002,706
Recovered
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Indonesia
140,805
Deaths
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am

Thailand

Thailand
1,500,105
Confirmed
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Thailand
1,352,838
Recovered
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
Thailand
15,612
Deaths
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am

Global

All countries
229,914,376
Confirmed
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
All countries
204,891,725
Recovered
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am
All countries
4,715,548
Deaths
Updated on September 21, 2021 10:59 10:59 am

Apple: Purple Flare on iPhone 5 Camera is “Normal Behaviour”

Before, there was Scratchgate and Apple VP Philip Schiller’s “not our problem” statement; now, this. Some frustrated iPhone 5 customer contacted Apple Support regarding an issue with the camera on the smartphone, where images shot where light sources were on the edge of the shot resulted in a purple haze/flare in the area around the light source.

Granted, the Apple Support staff forwarded the issue to the engineering team, where it was met with a ridiculously blunt reply: point the camera away from the light source. In the Apple Support staff’s words,

…we recommend that you angle the camera away from the bright light source when taking pictures. The purple flare…is considered normal behaviour for iPhone 5’s camera.”

While many have speculated that the purple flare may be a side effect of using sapphire lens on the iPhone 5, a TechCrunch reader has mentioned that this phenomenon exists even in high-end DSLRs, which have dedicated image chips to remove the purple flare in the images shot with them. However, these flares can be dramatically reduced via a firmware update.

Hit the first source link for sample images shot with the iPhone 5 with purple flare.

(Source: Gizmodo, TechCrunch)

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